SearchWP

Hook Tags: edit

Customize an \SearchWP\Entry before it is indexed.

Manipulate Custom Field (postmeta) data for a single Custom Field before it is indexed. See also searchwp\source\post\attributes\meta\${meta_key} for all Custom Fields.

Manipulate Custom Field (postmeta) data before it is indexed. See also searchwp\source\post\attributes\meta\${meta_key} for a single Custom Field.

SearchWP uses Synonyms to both optimize the index and increase relevancy of search results. The primary method of customizing the list of Synonyms is by way of the Settings tab of the SearchWP Settings screen. You can however programmatically filter Synonyms as well.

SearchWP uses Stopwords to both optimize the index and increase relevancy of search results. The primary method of customizing the list of Stopwords is by way of the Settings tab of the SearchWP Settings screen. You can however programmatically filter Stopwords as well.

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